Malaysia claims to be truly Asia in ads, so I think that is why the owners of this restaurant chose Asian Fusion over being a purist in Malaysian food.
For around PhP200-300 Pesos, your tummies would satisfied.
The place is clean and service is OK.
Cuisine: Modern Asian (Malaysian, Singaporean, Indian, Vietnamese etc.)
Sundays: 10:00 am - 10:00 pm
Mondays to Thursdays: 11:00 am - 10:00 pm
Fridays and Saturdays: 10:00 am - 11:00 pm
Major Credit Cards are accepted
Favorite Dish: I love the catfish salad, the beef wrap, the kari laksa, the roti canai, the oyster omelets, the gula-melaka, and the nonya fried rice
There are a variety of food that you can order here. From soups, pies, cakes, Asian Dishes, International Cuisine, juices, and the like.
If you are looking for a place with a good atmosphere, but there is value for money, Secret Recipe® is the place to go to. It caters to almost everyone and appeals to almost everyone too.
Your tummies would be filled for less than ten dollars, or somewhere between 250 to 400 Philippine Pesos, but they also have promos like set meals or combos(Cakes and Coffee for only PhP99 or a little over $2.00).
My autistic savant brother who is now with our Lord, loved to dine here, because he felt like a king. So, basing on how they treated my brother, I can safely say that the service is great.
Major credit cards are accepted
Sunday to Thursday: 10:00 am - 9:00 pm
Friday and Saturday 10:00 am - 10:00 pm
Favorite Dish: The cakes, pies, coffee, drinks are their pride and joy. They are very, very delicious. Great for snacks and desserts. I must say that among the pasta dishes, I love the lasagna the best. Their salads are very tasty too.
What about the soups? I'm not so much of a fan, but they are good too. My favorite is the carrot and ginger.
This is easily one of the More Popular Restaurants in the huge Robinson's Galleria Complex in Mandaluyong City. It can be packed on most days since the Chinese food style here is typically Cantonese type of Cuisine, which is the most popular of Chinese Cuisine in the Philippines. Mr. Choi's Kitchen started here and branched out to Makati City and in Ermita in Manila. They also don't have MSG on their food and the price here is not that much.
Favorite Dish: The price depends on what you would order like an order of Siomai Dumplings will cost 80 pesos an order, Bird's Nest Soup at 250 pesos for a large order, Soy Chicken half order at 220 pesos and more. they have an extensive selection of cantonese Specialties.
Opens from 10:00 am - 10:00 pm
Su, M, T, W, Th, F, Sa: 10:00 am - 10:00 pm
It was one of those things. You are asked to suggest a venue for a cozy VT dinner meet and you've tried almost all the Filipino restaurants in a specific area (in this case, SM Megamall)... What do you do? Google it, of course!!! I found C2 online and suggested that we meet there for a VTer balikbayan friend.
I am glad that we chose to meet there! C2 gives a modern twist to traditional Filipino dishes without sacrificing flavor and presentation. The crew is very helpful without being pushy and are genuinely concerned with the guests' comfort and needs.
Favorite Dish: I liked their Seared Tilapia with Coconut Emulsion to which we requested they add more chopped chilis. Their version of the diningding was really good! The others in the group loved the sauteed mungbean with crispy pork belly and fried fish on the side. The ginataang puso ng saging was flavorful. The clincher is their dessert, Durian Cream Brulee, which really made my night complete!!!
One thing I like about the Racks chain of restaurants is the service crew's fast, efficient service. From the time you arrive, you will be escorted to a seat at the restaurant which is totally a non-smoking area. Another plus factor for me is the availability of an in-house restroom. The diners don’t have to walk far to the mall’s public restrooms.
Favorite Dish: Racks is known for its grilled baby back ribs that “melt” in your mouth. It had proven itself in that department; their meats are really tender and their sauce is delicious. For our recent visit however, we tried to shy away from the meats, specifically our favorite Racks Baby Ribs for health reasons. I ordered Salad with Blackened Chicken Strips and hubby got Carbonara. We were both very satisfied with the food!
the most expensive beef cut known to man (but they serve the cheaper Australian Wagyu, not the Ultra Luxe Japanese Kobe!) Dinner here literally costs an arma and a leg for the average working class person.
Favorite Dish: the wagyu!
I was waiting for the rain to stop tonight (sept. 25 2009) and chanced to see a new food outlet near the Robinson's Galeria Grocery. The sign said elfav ice creamery (yup all in lower case). It was clean and styled like a typical soda fountain. There's a lot of comfortable seating and the decor consisted of a surf board, oars, lifepreserver and car plates. I also saw some power outlets, so i guess you can power up your laptop and go online while having a meal there. They had interesting selection of ice cream flavors (all made locally). They also serve $2 meals! The staff were nice and seem to know their products well which is nice.
Favorite Dish: 1. Wasabi ice cream which really tasted like wasabi! i just wish they put in more wasabi! but it was quite a treat all the same.
2. Choco chili icecream with its bits of chili which tickles the tongue with its bite. :)
Chef's Quarter is one of the newer restaurants that opened at the SM Megamall Atrium.
It has eclectic mix of international cuisine ranging from Japanese to Italian. The restaurant offers both buffet and ala carte dining. The crew are helpful and most knowledgeable about the dishes offered in the restaurant. The restroom is well-maintained and well-lit.
Favorite Dish: I liked their peppered steak, their Tessie Tomas salad (with smoked salmon and prawns) is really good! The tartness of their hot calamansi is a welcome soother to my sore throat. The fish and chips looked promising but i was too full after my steak that I had to reserve it for next time! ;) For dessert I had their blueberry cheese cake which is better that the other cheesecakes I had before. The contrast between the tart/sweetness of the blueberries and the richness of the cheesecake and whipped cream is very... how shall I put it?... Yummy! :)
The price is at par with other restaurants at its level.
Yummy frozen yogurt topped with whatever you want is top on my list of desserts!
Red Mango offers an endless permutation of dessert with yogurt as its main ingredient. You can have a dish of your choice for as low as P100.
My favorite is original yogurt topped with shaved almonds, muesli and bluberries! Very satisfying!
The store is very well appointed, the fixtures (tables, couches, etc.) not too crowded... giving it an illusion of roominess. The staff are very patient and accomodating.
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We enjoyed our first visit @ Mega Mall though I'm very familiar with this place because of my visits to Japan.
There is real value for money...RJ has a big appetite and what we usually pay for in several thousands of Pesos in other Japanese restos, we paid only for more than 800 Pesos. Wow! Well, Karate Kid, Teriyaki Boy and Tokyo Tokyo are still a little cheaper, but hey, Bubble Tea is Bubble Tea!
The place has a warm and friendly atmosphere...the food is GREAT and the service is commendable!
Favorite Dish: Sashimi
The different kinds of Bubble Tea
and so much more
The restaurant itself is unprepossessing except for the grinning giant styrofoam crocodile hanging from the ceiling! :D They serve Filipino food.
Favorite Dish: I liked their Croc's deviled crispy pata (deliciously spicy) and their pork sinigang. The Aligi pasta is also good.
They have one of the biggest selections of Italian wines in the Philippines. Also, They have a very wide selection of cold cuts, cheese and other high-end Italian products. If you like Italian food and recognize terrific value head over to Galileo Enoteca. all the food was good but I found the noodles a bit too al dente.
Favorite Dish: I love there Parmigianno and Grana Padano cheese! that make me back and back again
This Thai restaurant is just a week old. it is small (seats maybe 20 pax) but clean and nicely appointed. Service is fast.
Favorite Dish: Their lemon grass and mint tea and mixed vegetables with tofu curry are going to be my favorites :)
Mannang is a restaurant that tweaks traditional Filipino dishes to bring refreshing fares to its costumers' tables. The restaurant is clean and the wait staff efficient. Nothing remarkable in its decor. Best of all is the price (e.g. 10 pax dinner only cost around USD40), very reasonable.
Favorite Dish: My favorites are:
1. Corned Beef Sinigang (see picture)
2. Shrimp & Mango Salad with Jellyfish
3. Tofu Sisig
4. Chili Shanghai (see picture)
5. Baked Oysters
Seafood Island and Hula Hula Restaurant belong to the same chain of restaurants serving seafood and barbecue. This restaurant is ideal for groups of people as it serves barbecue/seafood for 3-4 people or 5-6 people.
Rice and viands are served in a tray of banana leaves and you'd eat picnic style!
Favorite Dish: Food groups are named after tropical islands:
Bora Bora (for Boracay)
*can be a combination of any of the following: grilled tilapia, pork barbecue, rice (bagoong/shrimp paste rice or rice with shreds of crab), kilawing tanigue (raw fish in vinegar), mussels, grilled spareribs, crabs, oysters
Love their mango/orange side dish (atchara style)!